Fwd: Percival Hill Walk

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Subject: Fwd: Percival Hill Walk
From: Julie Clark <>
Date: Sat, 10 May 2014 14:13:47 +1000
Hi All,

I spent a wonderful 2 hours wandering along Ginninderra Creek and then up Percival Hill yesterday afternoon.

Main sightings included:
  • Honeyeaters - white-naped, white-plumed, yellow-faced, white-eared & eastern spinebill
  • Robins - scarlet (male & female) and my first female/young flame robin
    ​ ​
  • Many, many, superb fairy-wrens (including breeding plumage)
  • Finch - red-browed (many!!) double-barred - first time I've seen them in Canberra
  • Golden whistlers, fantails, thornbills, spotted pardalotes, silvereyes ...etc
It was very worthwhile  and I managed
​a few
nice photos thanks to some co-operative birds!


Julie Clark
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